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heins get consumers to pay for a service on the back end. >> we're hearing the music fire up behind these black curtains, david. >> thanks very much. stay tuned for a live interview with john scully, after the blackberry 10 launch. but first -- >> coming up, this can be one rough and tough market. but we have someone here who will help you stay balanced. jim cramer with 6 stocks in 60 seconds when "squawk on the street" returns. >>> time for "six in sixty." six stocks in 60 seconds, give or take a few. mighty ices. >> people didn't think they would approve their super cholesterol drug. they were wrong. >> super cholesterol. buffalo wild wings. >> coming on friday, a lot of people are saying tap it. i think it's interest to start a neutral before the super bowl. the wing day. >> maybe people buying in advance. >> some cloud jitters from bm ware. they said this quarter is going to be good. >> b.e. >> be careful, tactical short. >> we don't talk a lot about this company. $36 billion already paid out. >> a lot of people say this is the takeover play when the ceo retires. a great earning
and i have watched this board go on and analyze this agreement with heines behind closed doors for the last year and a half and finally reading the minutes which are about to be approved this deal has concluded apparently. i would like to know from the board, why is this a good deal for us? no. 1. and no. 2 could i get a copy of this deal to evaluate it? thank you. >> thank you. is there any other public comment? seeing none, we will close public comment. and we'll move on to our regular calendar, which brings us to item no. 7. >> item no. 17 authorizing the executive director to negotiate a contract with the san francisco public utilities commission. >> and directors bob beck will report on this item. >> thank you, we did get a really detailed summary, which i appreciate. since we did a detailed one, we could just answer questions. >> the detail was at a pretty high level and really at the end of the day boils down to what are the economic terms of two proposals. so we did receive proposals from both pg&e and puc to provide power source to the tjpa and based on the sch
, patrick and company in san francisco. i want to go to the agreet agreement with heins. i would like to find out the bullet points. what are the responsibilities and deals made there? to the best of my knowledge is not a public record and wondering if it will be a public record ? thank you. >> thank you. if there are no other members of public that will like to speak, we'll close public comment at this time. [ gavel ] and we'll move on to the regular calendar. >> item no. 17 a presentation of the audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended june 30 120 [#20*-/] 12 and the report to the board of directors. >> thank you. >> and director sarah will present this item. >> good morning again directors. you have been presented with our annual financial report and i am of course pleased that we have again received an unqualified clean opinion. i do want to acknowledge the other tjpa financial staff that you haven't met. they are not at our meetings, but they are instrumental in making sure that we maintain our financial symptom throughout the year and that we're able to produ
. is the new device a game-changer? let's get to john fortt with the ceo of blackberry rb thorsten heins. >> yes, here it is, and here he is. thorsten heins, thank you for joining us. want to start off with a question about investors. what do you say at the moment of the launch where there is positive buzz. what do you say about those giving up the stock for dead but now in the last few weeks hoping your market share would turn around next week. what do you say about the path ahead over the next couple quarters
blackberry 10 device. coming up in minutes. the ceo thorsten heins. melissa: and it turns out japan's two largest airlines have had problems with the dreamliner battery long before the issue. time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes, let's head to the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole petallides. those gdp numbers keeping the dow away from 14,000. nicole: they certainly did throughout the morning. it brings concern when there is no good gdp numbers. there has been less on defense and concerns, let's take a look now, much like we have seen recently where the dow goes over that one change line over and over again. today seems to be no different as we are back in positive territory. we haven't taken out our highs we saw yesterday, five year highs for the s&p 500, dow jones the thrills, russell 2000. we have had a lot of names and a lot of these indexes hitting these highs we have not seen since 2007. that being said, still concerned about the economy and jobs. the market has been running up, lots of traders say it is time to take a little bit of a breather, or we overbought at th
woman to speak up. shavna is one of them. after she said she was gang hli hein her village near new dehli, her father committed suicide believing the family runor was ruined. now with police protection, shavna has decided to press charges. "i want them all punished," she says," so my father didn't die in vein." protests across india show a new generation is challenging deep- t will sexism, but it will be a long fight. female babies are still routinely aborted by couples who ,refer sons, which is upset india's gender balance. or every 100 men, there are now only 94 women. a number that still is dropping while rape itself is on the rise. official figures show a 25% increase in six years. eratever the reasons, indians iansfurious. the government clearly rattled by the outcry has announced that hee six men accused in the bus murderase will face murder charges and the death penalty. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, london. >> jarvis: a passenger who urvived a deadly bus crash in oregon on sunday says the driver was going too fast. the bus carrying 46 people doammed through a guardrail and tum
%. the c.e.o., thorsn heins, told a german newspaper the firm continues thinking about strategies like licensing its blackberry software or selling its hardware business. shares of rimm have more than doubled since july. on our web site, www.nbr.com, there's more analysis of the stock chart. you will find it under the "blogs" tab. just look for michael kahn. three of the five most actively traded exchange-traded products were up. the japan index fund saw the heaviest selling, down 1%. and that's tonight's "market focus." >> susie: a big win for the keystone x.l. pipeline and transcanada's plan to connect canada's rich oil sands to refineries in southern texas. nebraska's governor today gave the thumbs up for that pipeline's new route through his state. it's one of the last hurdles the pipeline needed to clear before receiving final approval by the federal government. late today, the u.s. state department said its review of the pipeline project has been delayed and won't be ready until after march. >> tom: updates tonight in three high profile investment fraud cases. first up, rajat gup
these things, mr. heins, have enough bling to get people back from their iphones and droids. >> absolutely. we have alecia back. and we changed the user interface, easy to use, just flowing. you don't have to go in and out of applications anymore, does what you want it to do. >> very quickly, the keyboard, for many blackberry devotees, this is the redeeming quality, why we hold on to our blackberry keyboard. will you keep that option for the future? >> absolutely. absolutely. we have so many diehard keyboard lovers for blackberry, we won't let that go. >> talk about a throwback. this is the one i use to call in air support. air travel on hill 4. all right, mr. heins, good luck to you and the newly named blackberry company. nice to have you here. >> thanks. a pleasure. >>> we want to take a turn and get a check of the weather from a al. >> today's weather is brought to you by universal orlando resort. it's your vacation, just don't take it, mean it. >> let's take a look at what's been going on in montgomery county, maryland, the water, as you can see, got really high really fast as these fast m
be a long evening here. the bottom line is it looks like republicans going to hein up behind this fiscal cliff legislation. >> i think at the end of the long road or at the bottom of the cliff but we are now being returned to the top because nothing really happens until the markets open tomorrow. and this will be done before the markets open. and this will pass. and that means that everything drastic that would have happened automatically, the hike in tax rates, income tax rates for everybody, the alternative minimum tax, all of these things which have taken a huge bite out of consumers and citizens that is all going to be avoided. this was sort of written in stone for two reasons as of yesterday. number one, the republican leadership does not have a fallback. they thought they might have one which is to do an amendment, send it to the senate but they realized that would be a loser. the president would come out and denounce and the senate wouldn't look at it. the other reason is the size of the vote last night in the senate. 89-9. i think it was 89-9. which was so overwhelming it it real
. but in terms of driving top-hein sales -- >> what will be a better way of on giving us a trading update to tell us, you know, is there a better method than just to go for like for like? >> it's two things. one, is that you have more transparency around your like for likes and a more standardized way of looking at them so you can compare them. the other thing is to spend more time looking at major yip. if you look at the stocks recently come out, there has been more focus on the margin than we've seen in the past. >> that's the bottom right is that we've been protecting margin, right? >> right. i think a time of people have been focussing this year compared to last year on protecting brands and protecting margin peps so we're not seeing such early and deep discounts as we did in 2011. >> does that mean a better 2013? >> 2013, more of the same, i think, in oerchls consumer spending. >> high utility bills are still going up and squeeze on real pay continues. >>> still to come, we'll look ahead to the u.s. trading day. what are you doing? nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and
ceo, thorsteh heins will be joining us to talk about blackberry 10 and its big launch >>> welcome back to tlt. let's get down to the new york stock exchange. i saw drudge and faber said enjoy the rally. i just assumed. but it's some other guy. >> yeah, some other guy. >> michael faber? >> oh, yeah, from homeland. >> hey, you guys, jim, i just was talking, i think the consensus, and david, i think it's 2.5 for 2013. i think the market is saying 2 1/2. i think everybody's saying 2 to 3, maybe hoping for 3. >> davos was saying 3. >> if it's 1 to 2, and i'm not saying it is, but if it were, if it really did come at 1 to 2, that's a huge disappointment. >> that's a problem. >> it's going to be 3. >> i don't believe this thing. all right. so you're with me on the consensus? >> yes, i am. that's what many of the companies in the conference call are using. i'm using it. don't forget, the euro 135. these are bullish things for our country. >> this will probably be revised, you figure, jim. >> it's one off. i don't want to take action on it. >> jim, what do you do about boeing this morning? >> i
timeframe be later march, puts it every week here so critical. >> people have compassion for thorsten heins, given a hospital pass by the founders when he took over the company. he has bought companies to make it trendier, the touch screen facility a big pet beth on the way people might use phones in the future, he has brought in to market ex7,000 apps with it -- 70,000, i beg you pardon, apps with it. what more could the man have done realistically against samsung sand apple? anything could have done yesterday to have held that stock up? >> to be very fair, you were right, he was dealt a very difficult hand when he stepped into this role. he has been -- he has done what he could with a very bad lot. however, however, i think the market is against him. you mention $70,000 apps, simon, but there are some that are missing and it becomes a chicken and egg type thing, people will come to them only if certain apps are there and if -- if those apps -- if people come, the apps probably will come. necessary a very tough position and i think he's done the best co-with a very difficult hand. >> last
leader grover norquist sat down with andrea mitchell where hein insisted that they did not in fact vote to increase taxes. >> no republican voted for a tax increase. what happened was obama had the sort of dam aclays over the heads of the american people with a $5 trillion tax increase over the next decade that would happen automatically. republicans are quite clear. they want the tax cuts extended for everyone. the president is just not taking them away from some people. that will hurt the economy. he got his tax increase. but he can't claim republican fingerprints on his tax increase. >> well, wait a second. i mean, we're not living in the "alice in wonderland" world here. there is a tax increase for wealthier americans. it's literally a tax increase. rates are up. >> what happened yesterday was that all the tax rates went up, and then the republicans and the congress together took them down for some people, not for everybody. >> speaker john boehner, meanwhile, he -- >> got to stop there. come on. >> fine. >> what world does he live in? >> i don't know. someone tell me. >> john, i gu
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